EXPANSION OF THE SALIDA WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILTIES; CHAN GE THE COMMUNITY PLAN AND GENERAL PLAN FROM URBAN TRANSITION PLANNED INDUSTRIAL, AND AGRICULTUR CHANGE THE ZONING FROM A-2-10 AND A-2-40 TO PD. ACRES OF RESIDENTIAL LAND. RESIDENTIAL UNITS ARE TO CONSIST OF MULTI-FAMILY, 2 AND 1 FAMILY FO
Residential (3,110 units / 533 acres), Commercial (79 acres), Industrial (134 acres), Recreational (PARKS), Water Facilities , Waste Treatment:Sewer
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